Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Bottled Nightmare

Andrea Falaschi returns to our pages with this Cthulhu-themed bottle.


Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Cthulhu Fhtagn! Menna Edition.

The lines between virtual and physical artwork continue to blur.   This work in progress Cthulhu sculpt comes to us from artist Joe Menna.  The original design was digitally sculpted in ZBrush and then 3D printed for final finishing. 


Monday, August 22, 2016

The Old Gent

Virgil Finlay is widely considered one of greatest illustrators of all time.  His classic depiction of H. P. Lovecraft is the inspiration for this nicely done bust from the talented Joe Broers. 


Sunday, August 21, 2016

Drow Font

The fun little font comes to us from Urhixidur.  Browse through the rest of his collection for some other fantasy and science fiction sets you may like.  "Drow Rounded" is a modified version of the font originally created by the Elven Kingdom of Arèthane online roleplaying group.




Saturday, August 20, 2016

Birthday Gifts

Today is the 126th anniversary of H.P. Lovecraft's birth.  Jason McKittrick is celebrating the occasion with a special limited edition Miskatonic University Antarctic Expedition Kit.  It features a shoggoth tissue specimen, Elder Thing star stone, an "Advent of the Shoggoth" plaque, and some very nicely done paper props.







Friday, August 19, 2016

The Lady of the Night

The talented Jacob Petersson returns to our pages with the preserved head of an infamous Italian witch from the 16th century.

Dominalunae, lady of the night. Dianora Farnese, was executed and beheaded on a cold windy morning the 19th day of October, year of Our Lord 1593, at the outskirts of the small northern town of Corcinesco Trontano, in the heart of the Italian Alps. Her final cry a curse that echoes through the centuries until this very day.




Thursday, August 18, 2016

The Great Old Ones

Blue Wolf Art Studio brings us two different work in progress Cthulhu sculpts.  It's interesting to compare how minor variations in technique can significantly change the final appearance of a piece.